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E1: 13: Equipment Cost Analysis (P13801/P13803/P13804/R13801A/R13801B) (Doc ID 1373970.1)

Last updated on MARCH 17, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Equipment Cost Analysis - Version 8.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Equipment Cost Analysis enables the generation and review of cost summaries for equipment and assets. Cost summaries are based on relationships that are defined for equipment.

Scope

 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Introduction to ECA
 Equipment Definition and Filtering
 Group and Subgroup Definition
 Cost Classification Rules
 Column Definitions
 Shaping the P13801 Display
 Generating the Cost Analysis
 Adding a Column
 The Display Tab
 Changing a Rule/Formula
 Frequently Asked Questions
 Question 1:  Can the generate costs process be run in batch or just interactively from the row exit?
 Question 2:  Can ECA be run over assets or just equipment?
 Question 3:  Can the ECA include asset/equipment children or just parents?
 Question 4: Can the analysis be exported?
 Question 5:  If costs are desired that include only a partial month, can these partial period results be displayed?
 Question 6:  Can specific equipment cost be excluded from an analysis?
 Question 7: Why is a warning generated that costs for a subgroup(s) have not been updated and an option to regenerate the subgroup costs presented when Find is clicked on the Equipment Cost Detail screen?
 Question 8: Why do meter reading entries not display in Equipment Cost Analysis, P13801?
 Question  9:  Can we addour  own cost classification codes to the UDC 13/CC for equipment cost analysis?
 Answer 9:  Yes you can create your own Codes in UDC 13/CC.  The codes must be defined in the P13803 Equipment Cost Analysis Rules to be linked to accounts behind them. 
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